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Letter to Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Credit Hour Definition in Program Integrity Regulations

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Letter to Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Credit Hour Definition in Program Integrity Regulations

February 16, 2011

​On behalf of the more than 70 higher education associations and accrediting organizations, this letter expresses grave concerns with the creation of a federal definition of credit hour in Section 600.2 of the Oct. 29, 2010, program integrity regulations.

The groups request that the secretary immediately rescind this definition from the final regulations.

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